For this cycle in KidSafe we discussed grandparents taking classes on Internet safety and how to surf the Internet, and summed it up with our thoughts on taking extreme measures to deal with bullying on the bus. Join us and see what you think of this cycle’s topics.
- To put a stop to cyberbullying you need to know how to prevent it. Sue Hubbard, M.D., gives us her take on the problem for the Chicago Tribune.
- Taking a stand against bullying is easier if you have a strong sense of belonging and significance. Find out how this helps by reading more on Babble.com.
- Keeping our kids safe from Internet predators is a major concern lately, and the city of Columbia, SC, is taking it seriously by providing Internet classes for grandparents to learn so that they can help keep our children safe by being forewarned.
- Arizona lawmakers are agreeing that guns and violence in schools have got to go. But how? Read here to find out what is being done.
- On the bus to and from school is a prime place for kids to be bullied. The bus driver has to keep his or her eyes on the road and a lot goes on that isn’t seen or reported. Read Lauren Compton’s article on the subject for Wavy.com.
- Finally, we discussed the fact that extreme measures need to be taken to stop bullying on buses. If you bully, you are gone for the year. Simple and straightforward. It will save lives and effectively stop a bully who shouldn’t be there to start with.